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While ABC announcers Mike Breen and Jeff Van Gundy gave solid and insightful analysis of Game 6 between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs, it was Metta World Peace who was definitely the most entertaining. Included in some of the pearls of wisdom that Metta World Peace dropped on the Twitterverse was suggesting that Pat Riley get naked, LeBron’s hairline looked like Vincent Van Gogh artwork and Tony Parker, Mike Miller, LeBron James, Danny Green and Popovich should form a boy band. Yeah. I’ll have whatever Metta’s having.
(The Spurs were up by 4 at this point)
(The Spurs were still up at the time of this Tweet)
(Metta professing his love to Mike Miller after he hits shoeless three)
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LeBron James shrugged off a poor start to get 32 points, 11
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to play to force overtime and the Miami Heat staved off elimination
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NBA Finals on Tuesday night.
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